Tag Archives: Tao Lin

Literary Luminaries: Gender and the Avant-Garde Novelist – Part I

“Beards vs. Vaginas,” the first of a two-part essay about literary fiction, gender, expectation, media bias, and the avant garde. Continue reading

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Taylor Swift attends the NRJ Music Awards 2013 at Palais des Festivals on January 26, 2013 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Well “Red”: 8 Reasons Why Taylor Swift Should Date a Writer

If you want a “Love Story,” Taylor, you must love story. And the writers who craft it. Continue reading

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The End of the End of Everything: Fiction’s Fretful Futures, Part IV

In Part IV, of his 4-part series, Sam Byers looks at why the novel is dying and just why and how technology might save it. Continue reading

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Strip it Down

In which Janet Steen wants to kiss your simple declarative sentence. Continue reading

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